provide the means

See: implement
References in classic literature ?
Rebecca,'' said Ivanhoe, ``thou hast painted a hero; surely they rest but to refresh their force, or to provide the means of crossing the moat Under such a leader as thou hast spoken this knight to be, there are no craven fears, no cold-blooded delays, no yielding up a gallant emprize; since the difficulties which render it arduous render it also glorious.
Apparently, even though TEDS devices provide the means to have faster setups and provide better accuracy, the ROI of replacing all of the existing sensors with new ones doesn't make economic sense.
The new wireless networking products advance the company's plan to launch 50 new Gateway-branded products in 15 categories this year and at the same time provide the means to linking many of the company's new digital devices.